Amie K Drops Gorgeous New Single, ‘Pink Skies’ Exclusively On Bandcamp

Out today for 24 hours only as an exclusive Bandcamp release, Amie K’s new single, ‘Pink Skies’ is a stunning, folk pop track that will pull you in for a (Covid friendly) warm hug, and never let you go.

Indie folk singer songwriter Amie K started out as a street busker in Bath, where she honed her talent as a live performer and vocalist. She’s since played venues including The Fleece (Bristol), Komedia (Bath) and Studio2 (Liverpool). She now lives in Liverpool.

Amie cites Laura Marling and Maggie Rogers as among her influences, and this is clear in ‘Pink Skies’, with her lush vocals and silken harmonies shining through the poppy synth and acoustic guitar instrumental. The track maintains a tinge of Amie K’s now trademark bittersweet melodies, but this time it’s wrapped up in hope, giving ‘Pink Skies’ an uplifting quality. It’s a beautiful song which you won’t soon grow tired of, as Amie sings of the comfort and safety of home, and the succour it offers as a place to hide from the current world situation and seeming bombardment of doom and gloom news.

‘Amie teamed up with her brother, producer Leo Kitainik on ‘Pink Skies’, and the single is available for today only, exclusively on Bandcamp. You can stream and download it here.

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